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17th Oct '16 3:01:49 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Valerian}}'': Valerian is cloned into dozens of short-lived copies in preparation for a particularly dangerous mission. Most of them are expended in one go when the mission manager dresses them up as German soldiers, and sent them to battle in a live-action reenactment of a WW1 trench charge.
* Marvel's new [[WolverinePublicity poster boy]], {{Deadpool}}, has recently been joined by [[ComicBook/MarvelZombies Headpool]], [[OppositeSexClone Lady Deadpool]], [[SpinoffBabies Kid Deadpool]] and [[TeamPet Deadpool Dog]] in the series ''Deadpool Corps''. Thing is, [[PlayedForLaughs it's meant to be funny]], so that's okay.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Valerian}}'': Valerian is cloned into dozens of short-lived copies in preparation for a particularly dangerous mission. Most of them are expended in one go when the mission manager dresses them up as German soldiers, and sent them to battle in a live-action reenactment of a WW1 UsefulNotes/WW1 trench charge.
* Marvel's new [[WolverinePublicity poster boy]], {{Deadpool}}, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}, has recently been joined by [[ComicBook/MarvelZombies Headpool]], [[OppositeSexClone Lady Deadpool]], [[SpinoffBabies Kid Deadpool]] and [[TeamPet Deadpool Dog]] in the series ''Deadpool Corps''. Thing is, [[PlayedForLaughs it's meant to be funny]], so that's okay.
15th Oct '16 3:36:44 AM ClockClockClock
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode, "Double Dipper", Dipper finds that Grunkle Stan's copier can make human clones. Dipper uses it on himself in an overly complicated attempt to impress Wendy at a dance. The Dipper clones all have a slightly lighter hue, all have numbers drawn on their cap and can be destroyed with water. Other than that, there's absolutely no difference between the Dippers both mentally and physically [[CloneDegeneration (except for the one who got caught in a copy jam)]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode, "Double Dipper", Dipper finds that Grunkle Stan's copier can make human clones. Dipper uses it on himself in an overly complicated attempt to impress Wendy at a dance. The Dipper clones all have a slightly lighter hue, all have numbers drawn on their cap and can be destroyed with water. Other water; other than that, there's absolutely no difference between the Dippers both mentally and physically [[CloneDegeneration (except for the one who got caught in a copy jam)]].
14th Oct '16 5:30:41 PM MightySchoop
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**Notably, he has clones of most of his usual subordinates, the Marauders, and uses his telepathic abilities to revive their minds in these new bodies should one of them be killed.
8th Oct '16 8:34:19 PM ZeroL
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* Fighter in Webcomic/EightBitTheater puts himself on multiple teams, once even multiple times, appearing in multiple places at once, [[AchievementsInIgnorance because he didn't know he couldn't]].
10th Sep '16 4:13:52 PM dsneybuf
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* In the Website/PlatypusComix story "[[http://www.platypuscomix.net/miscellaneous/index.php?issue=21&pageType=index&seriesID=7 The Phelps Olympics]]", [[Webcomic/{{Mulberry}} Mulberry Sharona]] tries to make the 2016 Summer Olympics more interesting by replacing every competitor with Michael Phelps (with help from "Creator/{{Disney}} [[AWizardDidIt magic]]" in duplicating him), and prompting viewers to guess/discover which Phelps will win each match.
31st Jul '16 1:40:24 PM nombretomado
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* Similarly, a 1990's ComicBook/{{Superboy}} story involved an [[EvilTwin evil alternate universe Superboy]] trying to conquer parallel worlds with an army of ''Doomsdays'' he had gathered from across the multiverse. (This was when [[DCComics DC]] ''first'' tried to [[ComicBook/PostCrisis bring back the multiverse]] with a concept called Hypertime. Hypertime proved unpopular and the writers abandoned it, so this story may now be a CanonDiscontinuity.)

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* Similarly, a 1990's ComicBook/{{Superboy}} story involved an [[EvilTwin evil alternate universe Superboy]] trying to conquer parallel worlds with an army of ''Doomsdays'' he had gathered from across the multiverse. (This was when [[DCComics [[Creator/DCComics DC]] ''first'' tried to [[ComicBook/PostCrisis bring back the multiverse]] with a concept called Hypertime. Hypertime proved unpopular and the writers abandoned it, so this story may now be a CanonDiscontinuity.)
28th Jul '16 3:30:44 AM Morgenthaler
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** [[spoiler:[[RecycledScript And then there is Starscream making clones of himself to attack Megatron, similar to Animated]]. Fortunately, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy he's well aware of how much they can be trusted]]]].

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** [[spoiler:[[RecycledScript And then there is Starscream making clones of himself to attack Megatron, similar to Animated]]. Fortunately, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy he's well aware of how much they can be trusted]]]].trusted]].
25th Jun '16 11:20:21 AM nombretomado
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* Luakels, from ''AHDotComTheSeries''. Started out as a forum gag whereby Luakel would claim that whenever he was apparently killed it would always turn out to be 'just another Luakel clone' (as with Dr Doom's Doombots). This was incorporated into the Series, with Luakel Clones being encountered long before a regular "prime" Luakel joined the ship's crew.

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* Luakels, from ''AHDotComTheSeries''.''Script/AHDotComTheSeries''. Started out as a forum gag whereby Luakel would claim that whenever he was apparently killed it would always turn out to be 'just another Luakel clone' (as with Dr Doom's Doombots). This was incorporated into the Series, with Luakel Clones being encountered long before a regular "prime" Luakel joined the ship's crew.
5th Jun '16 2:43:18 PM Timwi
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode, "Double Dipper", Dipper finds that Grunkle Stan's copier can make human clones. Dipper uses it on himself in an overly complicated attempt to impress Wendy at a dance. The Dipper clones all have a slightly lighter hue, all have numbers drawn on their cap and can be destroyed with water. Other than that, there's absolutely no difference between the Dippers both mentally and physically [[CloneDegeneration (Expect for the one who got caught in a copy jam.)]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode, "Double Dipper", Dipper finds that Grunkle Stan's copier can make human clones. Dipper uses it on himself in an overly complicated attempt to impress Wendy at a dance. The Dipper clones all have a slightly lighter hue, all have numbers drawn on their cap and can be destroyed with water. Other than that, there's absolutely no difference between the Dippers both mentally and physically [[CloneDegeneration (Expect (except for the one who got caught in a copy jam.)]]jam)]].
30th May '16 9:41:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Also, ''TransformersEnergon'' made Ravage a mass-produced horde of numerous black "Battle Ravages" and fewer, [[PaletteSwap blue]] Command Ravages.

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* Also, ''TransformersEnergon'' ''Anime/TransformersEnergon'' made Ravage a mass-produced horde of numerous black "Battle Ravages" and fewer, [[PaletteSwap blue]] Command Ravages.
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